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Michelle Ariane 2h
Sad that it’s coming to an end but Soooooo happy l got to see this musical about one of my biggest Songwritter Idols (Carole King) on Broadway! It had an amazing run and was a wonderful story about an inspiring person 🥰
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L'Album Rock du Jour Jul 12
Carole King - Simple Things July 1977
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Mike Fly Jul 12
sold 13 MILLION copies of in 1971 ALONE 🤯🤯🤯
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Humboldt 101 Jul 10
We're streaming - Been To Canaan ...on Humboldt 101
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Great Big Radio 5h
- Smackwater Jack on GBR from New York City. LISTEN NOW!
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Flaming Oldies Jul 12
Now playing - Sweet Seasons on Flaming Oldies
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Sylvia Blush Jul 11
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The Tin Pan 10h
A Tribute 2 Tribute bands! 8/3 8/9 8/16 8/24 8/31 9/21 & 9/22 9/27 10/4 10/13 11/15 11/12 12/12 12/21 🎟️
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Noel C. Dolor Jul 12
Replying to @Noel_Dolor
Another classic by which was first released by Little Eva in the 60s and covered by rockers Grand Funk Railroad a decade later music back then evoked a very strong, grand presence and what you may call very outstanding musicianship👍👏🙏😊
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Cindy Kienzle Jul 8
Loved being there with , , , — and so many more! Bravo ! 👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏
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Time Rewind® 3h
REWIND 48 years to July 17, 1971... 🎹🎤 enters her fifth and final week on top of the Hot 100 with “It’s Too Late,” off her -winning “Tapestry” album. Is this gem in YOUR music collection?
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Rhin 20h
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Michael Esposito Music 15h
Jul17,1971 is still at #1 on the Hot100 Singles Chart with "It's Too Late / I Feel The Earth Move" 's last week of a 5wk run at #1
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Nick Ciccone Jul 15
Replying to @n_cicc
It’s toooooo late babyyyyyyy 💁‍♂️
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Music Charts History Jul 11
This Week in 1973 "You light up my Life/Believe in Humanity" by Carole King enters the US Hot100 Charts. These Great Songs appeared on her 5th Album "Fantasy", while Believe in Humanity was a Top40 Pop Hit in the US & A Top10 Easy Listening Hit in Canada.
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BestEverAlbums.com Jul 16
album of the day (#3136): Tapestry by (1971). Discuss on the forums:
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Noel C. Dolor Jul 12
in addition tobeing a solo artist wrote this classic by The Monkees great music, very thought-provoking lyrics👍👏🙏😊
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alan mcdonald Jul 8
If you have and you’re have a few quiet beers and like the genius who is ask for “Will you still love me tomorrow” you get the live version with James Taylor and she chucks in “Up on the Roof” that she wrote for The Drifters argh man it’s amazing
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Noel C. Dolor Jul 12
Replying to @Noel_Dolor
Here is also a very, very brilliant cover of a classic by The Carpenters Karen had that signature voice that can be sad when singing a ballad yet perky when singing upbeat tunes. And yup, remember, she plays the drums very, very well👍👏🙏😊
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Pantheon Podcasts 4h
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